When embarking on your academic journey, it is useful to first gain insight into what you can expect to experience while you learn.
Our vision is to grow a thriving, engaged alumni community that provides support to each other as graduates.
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The accommodation at Waverley Abbey House is shared en-suite rooms.
Waverley Abbey House is a Grade II* listed property. The first floor (where most courses are held) and the second and third floors (where bedrooms are located) are reached by stairs. In the event of a fire, you need to be able to walk downstairs at an average walking pace, without assistance.
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All the tutors on the college programmes are practising within their fields of expertise and can offer a wide range of advice and support to students moving into employment. Many of the counselling students choose to set up in private practice, therefore the programme includes sessions on setting up in private practice, the legal requirements and navigating the accreditation process with the professional bodies. A very high percentage of our graduates are employed within the counselling profession, are in private practice or are members of pastoral teams within local churches.
All the tutors on the college programme are practising within their fields of expertise and can offer a wide range of advice and support to students moving into employment. The Spiritual Formation programme leads to a range of employment opportunities for example, graduates may work within a variety of institutions as Chaplains, as members of pastoral care teams within churches and schools and in private practice as mentors or coaches.